Microsoft Word – 2018 Beginners Tutorial



This video tutorial will show you how to use Microsoft Word for beginners. Microsoft Word is a powerful word processing tool that is part of Microsoft Office. This is a detailed beginners tutorial, the below timestamps will help you navigate through the lessons that are covered. Looking for more? Let me know in the comments below what types of things you would like to learn in Microsoft Word 2016.

0:50 Starting up
1:14 Recent documents and pinning documents
2:00 Templates
2:53 Layout – Tabs, ribbons and groups in Microsoft Word
5:33 Change Views
6:34 Using Tell Me
7:25 Insert, select and edit text
9:24 Using styles in Microsoft Word
10:31 Line spacing
11:25 Number and bullet list
12:28 Increase indent in lists
13:30 Spelling, grammar and thesaurus
14:58 Hyperlinking text
15:58 Add a Drop Cap in Microsoft Word
16:13 WordArt
17:39 Insert and format pictures
20:43 Insert shapes
21:23 Image order
22:20 Group images
23:15 Customizing margins and page layout
25:04 Page breaks, adding blank pages
25:49 Insert Header or Footer
26:40 Insert page numbers in Word
27:33 Printing
27:58 Save as PDF in Microsoft Word

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  1. Jamie, thanks for sharing your expertise through your video's. For many years I have used WordPerfect and creating templates with macros is so simple there, don't have to know Visual Basic. I'm a pastor and want to move to Word because my iPad can read Word documents, but not WP. Will you do a tutorial on creating a template with Bookmarks in the Header, Footer and Document when opened I'm presented with a dialog box to fill in the information that goes into those bookmarks? The info is diferent in each document. I hope you can understand what I'm talking about. Thanks again, I've been following you for some time and you are the best 'explainer' I have seen.

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